NewJeans have officially made their long-awaited Japanese debut with the release of their mini-album, titled Supernatural.

With cover art designed by Takeshi Murakami, Supernatural features two songs and their instrumental renditions, including the eponymous title track and their Japanese debut single “Right Now.” The latter was previously unveiled through an artistic music video released earlier this week featuring artwork from Murakami. In the video, the group’s members Minji, Hanni, Danielle, Haerin, and Hyein transform into their versions of The Powerpuff Girls, influenced by their signature flower character, Kaikai Kiki.

The title track “Supernatural” marks a sonic evolution from NewJeans’ usual style, with its official description touting its inspiration from the new jack swing genre and its sampling of Manami and Pharrell Williams’ 2009 track “Back of My Mind.” With the production style of the K-pop group’s in-house producer 250, the bridge and ad libs of the original track have been reimagined in the style of NewJeans, invigorating their discography with a refreshing new sound that is worth exploring.

To coincide with the release of the mini-album, the group has also dropped the first part of the music video to “Supernatural,” which evokes retro city pop-inspired visuals that are sure to delight Bunnies all over the world. As NewJeans dance to the groovy beats of the track, the video also leaves room for more to occur in Part Two, which has yet to have a release date announced.

Just last month, NewJeans released their second single album How Sweet. Composed of two tracks and their instrumental renditions, the titular “How Sweet” and “Bubble Gum” mark Hanni, Minji, Danielle, Haerin, and Hyein’s latest comeback, following the release of their 2022 extended play Get Up and the recent drop of their first-ever remix album, NWJMX.

As we anticipate Part Two of the music video of “Supernatural,” listen to their Japanese debut in its entirety below: